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An Analysis of the Attitudes Regarding Job Satisfaction Held by Negro Professors and White Professors in Selected Institutions of Higher Education Desegregated Since 1954

Description: The purpose of this study was to determine whether participation in an instructional module on procedures for individualizing instruction produced results different from those produced by a traditional education approach with respect to the performance, attitude, self-concept, and dogmatism of special education student teachers. The findings were (1) there was no significant difference between the experimental and comparison groups with respect to teaching-performance; (2) the experimental group's mean self-evaluation teaching-performance score was significantly different in a negative direction than the mean self-evaluation teaching-performance score for the comparison group; (3) both groups had positive correlations between teaching-performance scores and self-evaluation scores, but the experimental group had a significantly higher correlation; (4) there was no significant difference between the experimental group and the comparison group with respect to change in attitudes; (5) there was no significant difference between the experimental and comparison groups with respect to the degree of change in self-concept, and (6) there was no significant difference between the experimental and comparison groups with respect to degree of change in dogmatism.
Date: December 1976
Creator: Hodge, Charles M.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Selected Characteristics of Minnie Stevens Piper Professors

Description: The problem of this study was the identification of selected characteristics of Minnie Stevens Piper Professors. Purposes of the study were: (a) to determine characteristics of Minnie Stevens Piper Professors, and (b) to determine whether these professors possess characteristics which typify outstanding college teachers as described by the Selection Research, Incorporated College Teacher Perceiver interview. Forty subjects, 20 from community colleges and 20 from senior colleges, were randomly selected from the 1978 through 1988 lists of Piper Professors. Fifteen community college and 11 senior college professors agreed to participate by being interviewed with the College Teacher Perceiver. This interview identified 13 characteristics, or themes, of excellent college teachers.
Date: May 1990
Creator: Goodwin, Gary D. (Gary Duane)
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dr. J. Don Vann with drink at Dickens exhibit]

Description: Photograph of Dr. J. Don Vann, a professor emeritus through UNT's English department and benefactor and donor to Special Collections, at the reception for UNT Special Collections' Fall 2014 exhibit about the Dickens portion of the Vann Victorian Collection. He is standing in front of a desk and is holding a drink in his hand. Behind him display cabinets and shelves are visible.
Date: October 21, 2014
Creator: Sylve, Joshua
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dr. J. Don Vann and Cathy Hartman at Dickens exhibit]

Description: Photograph of Dr. J. Don Vann, a professor emeritus in English and benefactor and donor to the UNT Library, and Cathy Hartman, assistant dean to the UNT Libraries, at the reception for UNT Special Collections' Fall 2014 exhibit about the Dickens portion of the Vann Victorian Collection. They are standing together in the reading room where the collection was put on display.
Date: October 21, 2014
Creator: Sylve, Joshua
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Richardson and Chapple, Washington D.C., December 6, 1980

Description: Audio recording from December 6, 1980, titled Richardson and Chapple, Washington D.C. This recording was conducted by UNT history professor Lawrence C. Kelly. The recordings concern Kelly's anthropological research and the research of his peers on Native American communities during The Great Depression.
Date: December 6, 1980
Creator: Kelly, Lawrence C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Eric Nishimoto at DentonLive reception]

Description: Photograph of Eric Nishimoto (right) and another attendee of the DentonLive 10 Year Celebration reception. Nishimoto is an Editorial Director with the DentonLive magazine and also an adjunct professor at the Frank W. & Sue Mayborn School of Journalism. Both are wearing nametags on red lanyards that read "Discover Denton".
Date: 2015~
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Professor sitting at desk, 3]

Description: Photograph of professor sitting at a desk looking at the camera with a grin on his face and some paperwork in front of him. The photograph was taken with the flash on. He is dressed in a suit and tie and has a pair of glasses on his head. Behind him, there is a window with blinds.
Date: [1960..1962]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Professor sitting at desk, 2]

Description: Photograph of professor sitting at a desk with a grin on his face and some paperwork in front of him. The photograph was taken mid-blink and taken with the flash on. He is dressed in a suit and tie and has a pair of glasses on his head. In front of him is his desk with paperwork and a telephone and stapler off to the side. Behind him, there is a window with blinds.
Date: [1960..1962]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Professor sitting at desk]

Description: Photograph of professor sitting at a desk with a grin on his face and some paperwork in front of him. The photograph was taken mid-blink and taken with the flash on. He is dressed in a suit and tie and has a pair of glasses on his head. Behind him, there is a window with blinds.
Date: [1960..1962]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Photograph of a professor, 3]

Description: Photograph of a professor teaching at the front of the class. He wears glasses and is dressed in a two-piece suit accessorized with a tie. He is standing in front of a chalkboard by a stand with both of his hands resting on the stand.
Date: [1960..1980]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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